Electrically Conductive Composite PLA

Conductive 3D Printer Filament

$7.00 USD
CDP11705

Now with improved layer adhesion, increased resilience to break, higher melt flow, and, in general, greater consistency for more trouble-free, higher performance printing experience!

Have you ever wanted to create something with your 3D printer that includes electronics? Maybe an LED, touch sensor, or some other genius invention to solve the world’s problems? Then Protopasta Conductive PLA is the perfect material for you!

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Prop 65: This product contains a chemical, Carbon Black, which is known to the State of CA to cause cancer when unbound particles are inhaled.

Electrify prints for Simple Circuits & Touch-Sensitive Devices!

  • Available in 1.75 & 2.85 (3) mm diameters.
  • 125g are loose coils, 500g is on a 8" diameter spool, 2kg is on a 12" diameter spool.
  • Prints with standard PLA settings (or hotter) - no heated bed or special nozzle required
  • Usable on most PLA-compatible printers, such as Makerbot, FlashForge, Dremel, Ultimaker, Printrbot, and more!
  • Great for simple circuitry and interactive projects
  • Also experiment with ESD or 3D printed bearings!

How Conductive Is It?

  • Volume resistivity of molded resin (not 3D Printed): 15 ohm-cm
  • Volume resistivity of 3D printed parts along layers (x/y): 30 ohm-cm
  • Volume resistivity of 3D printed parts against layers (z): 115 ohm-cm
  • Resistance of a 10cm length of 1.75mm filament: 2-3kohm
  • Resistance of a 10cm length of 2.85mm filament: 800-1200ohm

Here is a link to some projects:

http://www.thingiverse.com/AL3xD/collections/conductive

And the original kickstarter:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1375236253/electrically-conductive-pla-3d-printer-filament


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MG
02/12/2021
Micah G.
United States United States
My favorite

This had been my favorite filament of any that I have tried. It has produced amazing quality results for me. I don't even use it for the conductive properties, I use it because it prints so smoothly.

AM
01/19/2021
Alan M.
United States United States
Fantastic

I have had a really excellent experience with this material. I was able to print a nearly perfect Benchy on my first attempt using the print and material settings from Proto-Pasta. The only issues I’ve run are into that the filament is brittle and can break if there is any resistance in your feed, and it can take a quite a bit of regular pla to clear residue from the hot end.

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OA
10/20/2020
Omar A.
United States United States
My first time wit

Great experience!!!

IJ
06/30/2020
ilyong J.
South Korea South Korea
conductive filament

this filament is always good

3L
06/29/2020
3DSMARTNESS L.
United States United States
Filament

Excellent Product, recommended.!!

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